MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Two people were seriously hurt Saturday night in a shooting near the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities campus.
The Minneapolis Police Department says the shooting happened around 10:30 p.m. inside a home on the 1400 block of 6th Street Southeast, not far from Bierman Field. Responding officers found several people running from the house.READ MORE: Warsame Abdihoosh Charged In Fatal Shooting At Busy East St. Paul Shopping Area
Police quickly found one victim suffering from multiple gunshot wounds outside. Investigators say the victim is believed to be 24 years old.
While police were aiding the victim, another injured person was found inside the house. The second victim, believed to be 18 years old, was also suffering from multiple gunshot wounds.READ MORE: State Of Minnesota Offer Pfizer Booster Shots, Alongside Places Like Hy-Vee, Thrifty White
Emergency crews brought the victims to Hennepin Healthcare for treatment. Both were listed in critical condition but expected to survive.
Investigators say several people were interviewed at the scene. However, no arrests were made.
The shooting remains under investigation.MORE NEWS: Maroon & Gold Gophers 'Fan Van' Found After Being Stolen In Dinkytown, Owner Reports
According to sources, another shooting at the same house earlier this year injured two people, who were expected to survive.
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